Festoon: Pink Flags And Plaza Saltillo

Festoon, Tempo Project

I couldn’t help but smile as I stood under the hundreds of pink flags gently waving in the breeze above Plaza Saltillo.  Adrian and I were alone, enjoying the serenity of the moment, but I could easily envision the festive atmosphere the flags create Continue reading Festoon: Pink Flags And Plaza Saltillo

TEMPO-Thank You To Austin and It’s Artists

TEMPO-Tree Huggers

We have a new addition to our neighborhood park thanks to the TEMPO project. This beautiful installation, titled Tree Hugger, was created by artist Brent Baggett. The graceful curves and openness of the abstract leaf give the sense of being physically embraced by Continue reading TEMPO-Thank You To Austin and It’s Artists

Canoe: An Exploration of Pattern on Leather

Canoe Natalie Davis

 I can’t remember what the end product was but I definitely remember the smell of the water softened leather and the fun I had pressing patterns into its surface. Considering this was done during the arts and crafts hour at summer camp, the results Continue reading Canoe: An Exploration of Pattern on Leather

The Dreams of Artist Yuliya Lanina

An alternative reality, one filled with whimsy, fantasy, femininity and humor. This best describes artist, Yuliya Lanina’s exhibit, Arcadian Rhapsody, currently on display at the Women and Their Work Gallery. Believing the reason to make art is to communicate and Continue reading The Dreams of Artist Yuliya Lanina

The Art of Digital Painting

Darren Almond

When I think of an art studio, I envision containers filled with brushes, aprons splattered with a rainbow of colors, and canvases in various states of completion.  However, given the current technological landscape this conventional image may need some tweaking.  Instead of messy Continue reading The Art of Digital Painting

Art and Motorcycles

Revival Cycles-Art

I’ve never given motorcycles much attention before.  Sure, I know a Harley-Davidson when I see one but that’s about the extent of it.  However, Friday night’s event, hosted by Tribeza Magazine and Revival Cycles definitely helped me see bikes in a whole new light. Continue reading Art and Motorcycles